This is such a wonderful time of the year. As the long cold days of winter begin to end we start to get outside more, enjoying warmer weather and witnessing the first signs of spring.
We live in the Northeast and this time of year is very welcome! We take advantage of this weather by heading outdoors and searching for the first signs of spring. This is such a fun activity to do with your child. This activity requires no set up and teaches a child so much.
Your child will use their sensory skills as they smell fresh flowers and the fresh spring air. They will use their hearing and sight as they watch and listen to the birds.
Lots of talking goes on with this activity which is great for your child's vocabulary.
Lately when we head outside my daughter loves it even more because she feels like she is going on a hunt, searching for new signs of spring.
Here are some of the signs we have found:
Buds on the tree!
Tulip coming up!
Leftover tomato seed from last season!
Tiger lilies sprouting!
More tree buds!
Beginning a new season is a good time to go over the different seasons with your child. My daughter learned about the different seasons with our Learning Seasons activity.
How about making your very own first sign of spring with a Birds Nest. We had such fun making this craft!
Spring is a beautiful season so welcome it with open arms!